JK High Court to hear sex racket case on May 15
Srinagar, May 14: A Division Bench of the Jammu and Kashmir High Court will tomorrow hear a public interest litigation (PIL), on the alleged sex racket, filed by the Kashmir Bar Association (KBA).
The court on Friday had said the petition on the sex scandal was fit to be treated as a PIL and referred it to Chief Justice Bashir Ahmed Khan for appropriate action.
Justice Hakim Imtiyaz, who heard the KBA counsel in the case, referred the petition to the Chief Justice who in turn listed the case before a division bench tomorrow as per the legal precedence.
Earlier, on May 9, the High Court had clubbed the PIL filed by the KBA on May one and suo moto cognisance of media reports about the sex racket taken by Justice Bashir Ahmed Kirmani and listed the matter for hearing on May 12.